The Open 2019: Here are the names of all of Royal Portrush’s holes

July 18, 2019

The 2019 Open Championship is set to tee off at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland for just the second time ever and first since 1951. Like Augusta National Golf Club, the annual host of the Masters every April to officially kick off the major season, Royal Portrush’s holes all have names of their own. Here are the names of all 18 holes for the 148th Open.

Hole No. 1: Hughies

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Hole No. 2: Giant’s Grave

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Hole No. 3: Islay

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Hole No. 4: Fred Daly’s

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Hole No. 5: White Rocks

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Hole No. 6: Harry Colt’s

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Hole No. 7: Curran Point

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Hole No. 8: Dunluce

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Hole No. 9: P.G. Stevenson’s

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Hole No. 10: Himalayas

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Hole No. 11: Tavern

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Hole No. 12: Dhu Varren

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Hole No. 13: Feather Bed

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Hole No. 14: Causeway

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Hole No. 15: Skerries

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Hole No. 16: Calamity Corner

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Hole No. 17: Purgatory

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Hole No. 18: Babington’s

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